How do I Get Started in Blockchain Development?

Blockchain is an infrastructure technology, which means it will be the base for other software such as web and mobile applications.
Fortunately, as technology becomes more popular, the tools and applications that make it easier to use grow numerically.

As Open Source Projects, the popular block of source code is available for reuse and customization. Participating in projects and various actors requires experience with GitHub, where developers share and discuss their code.

Since most of these projects have been advanced in C++, having solid understanding of the language is almost fundamental. However there are libraries available in easier programming languages and platforms. Here are a few resources to help you get started:

Since most of these projects are developed in C ++, through knowledge of the language is almost essential. However, libraries are available on simpler platforms and programming languages. Here are some resources to help you started:

  • If you are a web developer, this long published publication The Marmelab Blog will help you understand the dynamics of technology. No less lasting extension offers a concrete example in Solidity, a language similar to Javascript.
  • If you are a C # developer, Blockchain programming in C # is a free and detailed book that helps you get started with blockchain programming.
  • DApps for Beginners is the blog that you introduce into a decentralized blockchain in decentralized applications. The platform requires knowledge of JavaScript, but knowledge of C ++ also helps.
  • IBM Blockchain 101 is a good source for developing blocking learning. It mainly focuses on IBM’s Blue mix platform and Hyper ledger Fabric coding with Go and Java, but basic knowledge can also be applied to other platforms.

Benefits of starting your own cryptocurrency

When you look at the complexities that go into making a physical dollar bill it is plain to see why most people do not start trying to print a new type of currency every day, but making a new digital currency is astonishingly easy for someone with even basic coding skills. However, coding is not the only step to getting your digital currency off the ground. While crypto currencies such as Bitcoin are relatively top in the market, there are still opportunities for new players to enter the scene and make good money. These opportunities will not last forever, though – as a market matures, it gets harder for new players to successfully enter the game and make money from it.

The early adopters of a popular currency make a huge profit. They get to mine the currency with very low competition. Of course, knowing this, many people have created their own currencies. Most have never caught on; to be successful, you either need to be first (Bitcoin), or you need to be the best, by including new features that other cryptocurrencies do not yet support.

Here are few benefits you will enjoy by starting a own crypto currency:

 

Independence and flexibility

Starting your own Cryptocurrency means you’re the boss! You will have more freedom and independence working for yourself; you take all decision prior to technical knowledge to develop your best practices approach to branding a digital currency. Being your own boss means you can work when you work best which should result in you being far more productive. It also means you can work where you want as well, so if you love travelling, you could spend some time to reach an audience that may be looking for a new way to pay for goods or services.

 

A sense of pride

There’s nothing better than building your own successful digital currency. Making your dream a reality, and knowing that all your hard work has finally paid off is a great feeling and is worth the stress and long hours it took to get there. There are also ways in which you can gain validation from professional bodies that sets you apart from your competition and intrigues your target audience. Just knowing you are in the small percentile of startups that made it past the first year is a great accomplishment.

 

Financial rewards

Developing your own currency means that you are going to reap directly the benefits of your online payment platform positive financial performance. For example, as a CTO for an online payments podium, the advance of your own digital currency can be of benefit to small business customer base and set you apart from other payment processors.

This is a great motivating factor, as it means you are 100% committed to the success of the platform and cannot just sit back and coast. In addition, you will have control over the payment process because you will have built the actual currency in use and know everything about it rather than relying on any third-party provider.

 

Never doing the same job

When you first start your own currency, you will be going at it alone, which means you will be head of every department, from HR to finance. Having so many different jobs to do will help to keep you on your toes and stretch your abilities to the maximum. If you are someone who does not like doing the same job every day of the week, then the variety involved in running your own digital currency may really appeal to you.

 

Choosing your own team

When you are working within a big team, there is a chance there will be someone is compatible with your style. A certain skill level is necessary to create your own cryptocurrency brand. You will definitely need some technical personal on your team in the form of a developer that has some working knowledge of how digital currency works, and the blockchain technology behind it.

When you have your own currency, you do not have to worry about this, as you will get to handpick your team. If you surround yourself with positive and competent people, everyone will benefit and it will be easier to move the business forward.

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